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techcrunch.com - 11 readers - Following rumors of talks going as far back as May, we'd been hearing whispers all morning that Yahoo had finally acquired the video broadcasting platform..
mercurynews.com - 7 readers - Google is buying one building and leasing space in a second building near the Embarcadero, where it already occupies a sizable space in the Hills Plaza complex.
blogs.wsj.com - 7 readers - Google considered having its cofounders personally recruit Facebook workers and instituted a policy to make counteroffers within an hour to workers offered jobs by Facebook, according to newly released documents in a closely watched case alleging big tech companies colluded to suppress wages.
eweek.com - 5 readers - Google aims to bring fast decision-making to software and product development processes by using something it calls "design sprints." Here's how they work.
reuters.com - 7 readers - (Reuters) - Major U.S. web companies on Monday urged regulators to restrict the ability of Internet providers including mobile carriers to strike deals for faster delivery of some web traffic and planned
qz.com - 4 readers - What if the world's biggest online advertising company could figure out a way to go beyond showing ads? What if it could actually get people to go into stores? That's exactly what Google has achieved with Ingress, a popular but still relatively unknown multiplayer online game that requires players to go out into the real world to progress....
cnn.com - 8 readers - In terms of online entertainment, the World Cup seemed to have it all.